What are the symtoms for type 1 diabetes?



Answers:
The main ones are:
Constant thirst
Loss of bulk
Frequent trips to the toilet
And feeling like utter crap

This is caused by the pancreas producing no insulin. Insulin is a hormone that breaks down sugars and carbohydrates. Because the pancreas is no longer producing insulin, sugars remain within the blood stream, so the body wants to remove the sugar by flushing it out by drinking and urination. Source(s): I am a Type 1 Diabetic
In type 1, the pancreas stop producing insulin, due to autuimmune response or possibly viral attack on pancreas. In absence of insulin, body cell does not get glucose for producing ATP (Adenosin Triphosphate) units which results into primary symptom in the form of nausea and vomiting. In latter stage which lead to ketoacidosis in which body starts breaking down muscle tissue and fat for energy, at hand is consequently fast weight loss. Dehydration is also usually observed due to electrolyte disturbance. In advance stages even coma and departure, are being witnessed.

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Some diabetes symptoms include:

* Frequent urination
* Excessive thirst
* Extreme hunger
* Unusual weight loss
* Increased fatigue
* Irritability
* Blurry vision Source(s): http://healthy-ojas.com/diabetes/diabeteā€¦
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Loss of appetite, Loss of weight, feeling thirsty frequently, frequent trips to the bathroom, double nightmare, these are some of the symptoms... Source(s): DIabetes magazine


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